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Re: Amaya 9.99

From: Irene Vatton <vatton@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 15:27:55 +0200
To: fwsmail35 <fwsmail35@aol.com>
Cc: www-amaya@w3.org
Message-Id: <200710301427.55710.vatton@inrialpes.fr>

On Friday 26 October 2007 18:58, fwsmail35 wrote:
> > Thank you for the new graphical interface ! I believe these changes will
> > make Amaya more user-friendly. After having tested it, I have some
> > remarks:
> >
> >   - The menus [Show/Hide toolbars -> Browsing] and [Show/Hide toolbars ->
> > Editing] are a bit buggy. First, these items should be set "on" at
> > initialization. A more annoying bug is that if you set the Browsing
> > toolbar "off"  BEFORE the Editing toolbar, then you will never be able to
> > set both items "on".
>
> I test the binary instead of the source and this bug does not occur. I
> suppose it is because you compile the binary using the last version of
> Mesa, but you do not update this file in the source distribution.

Yes this bug was fixed and amaya-sources-9.99.tgz is now updated.

> I can easily detect the last version of Mesa as I have another bug with it :
> graphics are displayed with bad colors.

Strange, I never detected this kind of bug. What is your video card?

> >   - When you set the option "Tool panel bar alignement" as customizable,
> > Amaya should memorize (at exit) which Tool panels are closed (just as it
> > does in the case of the align left/right mode). Also, the titles of tool
> > panels don't seem to be translated when you change the language (in my
> > case, they are always in French).

The customizable option "Tool panel bar alignement" doesn't work yet.

> These behaviours still happen.
>
> >   - Moving one tab horizontally with the mouse to order documents is
> > intuitive (maybe because it is the same behaviour as other browsers), but
> > it is less clear that you can move tabs to split a window
> > horizontally/vertically. Maybe a tooltip that explains this behaviour
> > should appear when you move the mouse on a tab.
> >
> > Fred

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     Irène.
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